Furthermore, phones can only make a limited number of Bluetooth connections simultaneously, so if you're using a fitness tracker, wireless headset, and smartwatch, things will get more clearer.
"There are literally millions of devices that operate in that [2.4GHz] Australia's spectrum, "explains Mark Loney, Director of Operations at Australian Communications and Media Authority, regulating the spectrum, & # 39; and get you at a point where & # 39; you will find a device that just does not have to get to its operation limit, it will not get any signal [due to] all other activities in the area. "
In recent reviews in Sydney, we have developed a special problem where there is a wireless headline of & # 39; The journalist almost all happened when he saw the wrong lights on the corner of College and Oxford Street in Surry Hills, just outside Sydney's CBD. The journalist judges various fixed-wiring devices in area and around hundreds and hundreds of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signals, the ACMA can say why it's out of the box.
"It is a possibility that there are possibilities in this environment – in poles or in general region – using the 2.4 GHz [frequency and causing congestion], "Since James Cameron, an ACM authoritarian." If you are in a CBD environment where you get many stores, commercial offices and apartments with plus street-side infrastructure, then it will be intensive use. "
But it's not just fixed facilities to cause results. People who have "color association" devices, as sold by Tile, can also cause problems.
Features in the range of 2.4GHz, Tables are often added to keys or placed in wallets and regularly send a signal from their position to their smartphone. In the Pyrmont region of Pyrmont only presented in Sydney, Tile's app, 12,177 tile users.
After Tile received reports from headphones from its users, it has issued a function that develops problems that users need in their settings to switch. It limits the number of devices connected to phones by telephone.
"If the Bluetooth bandwidth is used by smart speakers, fitness trackers, headphones, music streams, etc., the connection with one or more of your Bluetooth devices can remove or drop," says a tile speaker. Other factors can also affect Bluetooth bandwidth, such as security and the distance between you and the transmitter, said the spokesman.